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Numerology information Slake:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Slake:
noun; a gratifying or pleasurable turn of events verb; to gratify or satisfy
That hard-boiled egg burrito sure was a slake, mom! The television slaked me with Encino Man
A pathetic gay man who makes things up to make friends and lure underage boys.
Watch out for the slake with a six-pack and a joing outside of your junior high, he has a bottle of rufies and a video camera.
Someone who is both a slut and a flake. Or, someone who flakes out on you to act out slutty behavior.
"Fuck, Amanda slaked on me again. We had plans and instead she went to bone 3 different dudes."
to makeout or satisfy by kissing.
Songs about Slake:
Slake by DJ Icey from the Album Different Day
When shall my sorrowful sighing slake by David Douglass and The King's Noyse from the Album Thomas Tallis: Lamentations, Motets & String Music
Blood Slakes The Sand At Circus Maximus by Bal Sagoth from the Album Battle Magic
Castle feat. Shinobi (The Mc) (SLAKE Remix) by SLAKE from the Album NEW WORLD
Cicatrices (feat. Keity Slake) by Fléo from the Album C'qu'ils attendent...
The Dragon S'lake by Eternal Majesty from the Album From War to Darkness
Like You (Tom Slake Remix Edit) by Mac Grey from the Album The Sin Ibiza Pole Dance Selection [Explicit]
Books about Slake:
Slake's Limbo: 121 Days by Felice Holman (May 31, 1986)
Slake (Feral Riders Book 1) by LA Brookes (Dec 18, 2013)
Slake- Los Angeles: Still Life (A City and Its Stories) by Joe Donnelly and Laurie Ochoa (Jul 1, 2010)
Slake: Los Angeles, A City and Its Stories, No. 4: Dirt by Laurie Ochoa and Joe Donnelly (Apr 15, 2012)
Slake: Los Angeles, A City and Its Stories, No. 3: War & Peace by Joe Donnelly and Laurie Ochoa (May 20, 2011)
To Slake a Thirst: The Matt Talbot Way to Sobriety by Philip Maynard (Sep 5, 2000)
Slake: Los Angeles, A City and Its Stories, No. 2: Crossing Over by Laurie Ochoa, Joe Donnelly and James Greer (Feb 4, 2011)